Picture-Projects Digital photography tutorials free online digital photography instruction Share your photo; tell us a little about it (how you took it, effects you were looking for, that sort of thing) and "Ed", and others, can offer suggestions as to how it might be improved. Click below to see contributions from other visitors to this page... Corvette ZR1 I'm looking for some "wow" factor improvement :-) My first car was a Ford "Escort". Mound Church This is my church. My Work I'm new to photography. Omega Seamaster I'm a newbie into Photography. sunrise I just bought my camera D90 last month; I am new to photography. My cousin We went for a sightseeing in Switzerland and I wanted to capture her adventurous spirit. Down by the River It was shot by a river and the wall of an 1800's cemetary near Kells in County Meath. Glaedr At Play Shot with my Canon 6D, really hoping to capture this service dog at play expression. My work The photos above outline some of my work. Dragonfly in monsoon Not rated yetI went for a photowalk along with Nikon team here in Mumbai.
the BE Photography 30 Day TransformationBe Photography Achieving a Vintage Look Through Color Tones in Photoshop CS by Guest Contributor Anna Gay Photographers are often striving for a “vintage” look in their photos, and even though there are endless ways of achieving a vintage look, there are a couple of characteristics to keep in mind. First of all, the color tones in a vintage photo often lean towards either a blue or a red hue, or a cross-processed look. Vintage photos also have an element of noise or grain that can be achieved through textures, and also a certain amount of vignetting around the edges of the photo. This photo is the result of adjusting the color curves, adding two vignettes, and a color fill, which we will walk through step-by-step. First, open your photo in Photoshop and make sure your foreground color is set to white in your side tool bar. You will see the above dialogue box. As you can see here, there should be three layers – your Background image, then your two gradient layers. Now, let’s adjust the color curves. Use the drop down menu to adjust each color channel.
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Co.Design - Fri, Jan 28 2011 7 Digital Photography Concepts You Have To know How To Make a Cool Cinemagraph Image in Photoshop No doubt you’ll have heard of the term Cinemagraph since it exploded onto the Internets. Originally coined by Photographers Kevin Burg and Jamie Beck, a cinemagraph is a clever revival of the classic animated GIF. It combines features of video and photography to create a the illusion of a still image but with cool motion effects. Let’s take a look at how to create your own animated GIF cinemagraph by playing around with Photoshop’s animation tools. Some of the best cinemagraph examples can be found on the creators’ own website. As the popularity of the cinemagraph grew we began to see mobile apps such as Cinemagram emerge, which allows the easy creation of amateur cinemagraphs using the device’s built in camera. Cinemagraphs require some kind of motion, so while the final image looks much more similar to a photograph than a video, we need to begin with actual video footage. Use a tripod. Alternatively you could always play around with existing stock video footage. Download this file
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Rule of Thirds The Rule of Thirds is perhaps the most well known principle of photographic composition. The “Rule of Thirds” one of the first things that budding digital photographers learn about in classes on photography and rightly so as it is the basis for well balanced and interesting shots. I will say right up front however that rules are meant to be broken and ignoring this one doesn’t mean your images are necessarily unbalanced or uninteresting. However a wise person once told me that if you intend to break a rule you should always learn it first to make sure your breaking of it is all the more effective! What is the Rule of Thirds? The basic principle behind the rule of thirds is to imagine breaking an image down into thirds (both horizontally and vertically) so that you have 9 parts. As you’re taking an image you would have done this in your mind through your viewfinder or in the LCD display that you use to frame your shot. Another Rule of Thirds Example